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Pipeline firms seek to avoid cybersecurity mandates, despite Colonial hack
Companies don’t need to share information on outages with the government or others in the industry.
Fuel shortages at gas stations following pipeline hack
Many people are running out to top up ... just in case.
Gas stations depend on getting customers inside. Is that a problem right now?
The U.S. has 150,000 convenience stores — and most are connected to gas pumps.
This is the most expensive gas station in America
Why would a station charge nearly $6 for a gallon of gas?
Why do gas prices end in 9/10 of a cent?
...and everything else you've ever wondered about gas stations.
For oil giant Shell, service station means electric cars, too
Running cars on something other than gas stands to greatly reduce the world’s need for oil. That has energy company Shell moving into the electric vehicle charging business. On top of last month’s purchase of major European electric vehicle charging network NewMotion, it’s got a new partnership to put high speed EV chargers in dozens […]
Why gas stations are disappearing
There are only 39 gas stations left in Manhattan, echoing a national trend.